The ghetto members painted the home including the gates, mopping, and other sanitation work at the home.
Mr. Wind who is famed for his ‘Juba’ song said that Mowzey Radio was a good friend of his and this is the only way they could honor him.
He added that someone should really be remembered if they have done good things if they eventually pass away.
“We have come here to honor our brother Radio. He was extremely talented and blessed us with his talent for the years we knew him. It’s always good to remember the past, present, and future of our heroes,” Mr. Wind said.
He added that they were doing this work for free and didn’t expect any payment from anyone. He also urged his fellows who he was with that they should do the same for him if he ever passes away.
Meanwhile, it’s been five years since singer Radio passed away suddenly at Case Clinic after a bar brawl.
The Ministry of Tourism had promised Radio’s family that his grave would be turned into a museum sort of.
However, up to now, they have done nothing yet in honor of the singer’s memory.
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